I need, nay, the intellectual engagement, and legions of smart, educated men feel similarly.So it pains me to no end to see my smart, educated, lovely female friends remain single, alone and lonely in spite of their best efforts. Surely there is something wrong with the world if they remain single for so long.They’re the responses you’ll hear from any single woman who’s actively hunting for real love when you ask what the dating scene is like in her town.We hear Black women in particular express concern time and time again over the lack of quality men in their local dating pools.Does the pretty girl have the same issues as the fat girl?
The bonus of the internet is that there is no real sense of connection off the bat.In the end of it all, there is always some men that find you beutiful and some do not so really what dose it matter how you look ... True beauty lies in the soul of both wemon and men. Not because it gives me the warm fuzzies, but because it tends to be the way things are. To answer the main question, I don't think beautiful women have a harder time or even an easier time finding a man. If you resembled the Wicked Witch of the West, I think you'd have time to correspond with all of your potential suitors, and still have time to catch a movie or have your broom tuned up.I've noticed on one site that the best looking (and also child-free) women had the most picky restrictions on what they were looking for in a potential date. In the movie "Wolf" (I believe), Jack Nicholson's character summed it up best when he told Michelle Pfeiffer's character, "You complain that men are only after you for your looks. But has it ever occurred to you that the only reason a man would take the time to get to know the real you is because he was attracted to your looks in the first place?What makes us different and why we cant have anybody. ” “I can’t take these guys seriously.”“They don’t want the same things that I do.”Sound familiar?And although this is rarely done in the mass media (wait, Your Tango IS mass media, right? Men leap to attention and whisper to each other before approaching. As a result, you become a lifelong target—a trophy for men to bag.